byWestcott, Brooke Foss, 1825-1901; Hort, Fenton John Anthony, 1828-1892; Fleming H. Revell Company; Massachusetts Bible Society
"Note. When the Revised Version of 1881 was in progress, it was proposed by the present Bishop of Worcester that it should first appear in a Tentative Edition, as had been the case with the German Revised Bible, so that it might 'circulate experimentally for two or three years.' The difficulties of this plan appeared to the English Revisers to be insurmountable. We, however, have adopted it, and issue this edition as a Tentative Edition only."--end of preface, p. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: English language
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The Authorized King James Version of 1611 (Pure Cambridge Edition) THE CHURCH NEVER SHOULD HAVE PUT BIBLE PUBLISHING IN THE HANDS OF HEATHENS. EACH CHURCH AND EACH HOME SHOULD PRINT OUT AND BIND ITS OWN COPY OF THE AUTHORIZED KING JAMES BIBLE OF 1611. Why this is important: Practically all later translations of printed Bibles available today are based on the "work" of Westcott and Hort It is becoming clear that these men were appointed to the task of changing the Bible subtly so as to... favoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: british, khazar, zionist, control, manipulation, war, christian, christianity, zionist, zionism,...